Victor Mallick returned to his home and found out that all of his friends have arranged a surprise bachelor/stag party for him. Two strippers were hired to cheer up the party. However, when... See full summary »

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Victor Mallick
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Michael Barnes
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Ted
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Ed Labenski
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Ben Marks
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Timan Bernard
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Frank Grieco
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Pete Weber
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Taylor Rundgren (as GregAlan Williams)
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Dan Kane
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Jon DiCapri
William Prael ...
Stoker
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Kelly
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Serena
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Victor Mallick returned to his home and found out that all of his friends have arranged a surprise bachelor/stag party for him. Two strippers were hired to cheer up the party. However, when some of the men accidentally killed one of the strippers, they are left to face the consequences of their action. Written by Anonymous

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The life of the party just died!

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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27 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Despedida de soltero  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The film is basically set in the living room of John Stockwell's house. With the exception of a few scenes taking place in the bedroom, the basement and the opening and final shots of the exterior of the house. See more »

Quotes

Pete Weber: Who's gonna shoot the hoe?
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Referenced in Very Bad Things (1998) See more »

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How Does It Feel
Written by Marvin Fisher & Roy Alfred
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole
Courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
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One of my all-time favourites
15 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I first saw a trailer for this film on a movie we rented and thought 'Hmm, I might quite like to watch that' and then forgot about it after the movie had finished. Then, a few years later, it was on a movie channel, late at night, so I sat up and watched it.

Wow - it has since become one of my all-time favourite, story-driven films ever. No kidding. The acting, the editing, the direction, the story - it's brilliantly intense, and Andrew McCarthy is fan-bl**dy-tastic as the guy that tries to keep it together, right down to how he deals with Timon (sp?).

This film is beaten in my top ten rankings only by Suicide Kings, but if that didn't have Walken and Leary in it, this would be closer to the 1 spot.


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